Dizengoff Beach Apartments

Address: 283 Dizengoff Street, Tel Aviv, 33610, Israel | 1 star lodge
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This 1 star lodge, located in the East Tampa/Brandon area of Tel Aviv, is near Underwater Observatory Marine Park, Dolphin Reef, Timna National Park, and Eilat Marina.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsDizengoff Beach Apartments Tel Aviv

      Reviewed by shangrila2011

      Our stay was too short!

      Reviewed May 10, 2011
      by (4 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

      Very nice, clean apartment. Hallway is no indication of the cleanliness within. Laundramat across the street was very convenient. Beach and busy boardwalk is 10 minute walk. Apartment has Wifi, fully equipt kitchen, nice bedroom with flatscrren TV and living room also with TV. Balcony overlooks street which can be noisy. Best to keep sliding door closed. Taxi drivers hang out across the street all night ....very convenient when catching an early flight. Cost was 140 sheckles.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Dizengoff Beach Apartments Tel Aviv

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